Mission Statement

Cyber Sabbath's goal is to begin to mend the division between Christ and the world (society) that Church has created through reflections, sermons and devotionals

Cyber Sabbath is a place for the stifled Christian voice to be heard. Media gives way to much time to the extremist - over looking the theologically educated and/or the moderates in favor of what sells their view point. Here, politics aside, a pastor reflects on God's voice in every day life.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Last few days! - OH the Crazyiness!

So Sunday was as per usual a crazy busy day.  We had church people here for dessert and although I got my down stairs looking respectable the upstairs was a different story and of course someone had to go up stairs! Gotta-love life!  Oh and for the 4 days leading up to Sunday we were watching 3 untrained poodles who were quite the extra bit of work!

Monday started off normal...RW headed to work and I and L headed to the city to help someone clean out her parents house. Oh boy did that go bad.  Did I know this person was a hoarder? NO! But she needed more then just my help she need professional help.  For every item I put in the garbage she would need a reminder several times as to why she could not have nor try to sell it.  One of the "favorites" was a broken (the cord was cut in half and it didn't close right) George Forman which also happen to be scratched up.  I did my best to be firm, understanding and yet pastoral. It took all I had to not scream that the George was in fact never coming out of that garbage can again!  Thank God that I had God with me that day.  Meanwhile, my Aunt was in the hospital waiting for the OK to leave.  Her sister was suppose to pick her up but was overwhelmed with all the stuff she was trying to throw away. So I eventually told her I would pick her up.  RW, L and I stopped at the wegmans for some food and then picked up my Aunt.  Finally getting my Aunt home around 9 and we still had a 1 hour drive home. We got home late and beat!

Tuesday morning we awoke to our ding-dong ditch just before 8...stayed in bed until we couldn't any longer (about 9) and came down stairs.  Leo was as per normal acting crazy (I think I forgot to mention that we almost lost him on Sunday night with all our guests).  RW left with his father for the house in the city to finish fixing it up around 10 and by 10:30 his sister was here ready to help me cook and prepare a dinner for their parents and their 40th wedding anniversary. We had a lovely dinner, dessert and they went for a walk while I taught Bible Study and then we woke up early this AM...too many full days!